Grateful Dead Live at Hampton Coliseum on 1984-04-13
- Live concert
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Rob Eaton FOB Center (Neumann U89)>Sony TC-D5>DAT>CDR>EAC>SHN
Static pops at 3:49.9 of Dire Wolf (d103)*, 7:52.9 of West LA (d105)*, 0:03.4 of Bird Song (d107), 24:38.4 of Scarlet-Fire (d201), 0:07.8 of Estimated (d202)*
0.35 sec buzz at 24:38.5 of Scarlet-Fire (d201)
* These occur when the audience appears to be muted between songs
- 2004-06-28 17:06:28
- Hampton, VA
- Taped by
- Rob Eaton
- Hampton Coliseum
Subject: five star for show and vibe
Subject: Talking drum...
Subject: ....untill yer night job pays !!!
Subject: drum sound
Subject: Long Wicked Minglewood
Check out Bobby's line: "There's tea right here in Norfolk - or wherever we are?"
Subject: Lots of good versions of songs
1) West LA - sweet Garcia solo
2) It's all over now - check out Brent scatting along with his organ solo...bad ass! Brent was the MAN (but it's all over now :)
3) Scarlet > Fire - Great transition with unique tempo, percussion, and echo effects during Fire. This is one of the coolestFires I have ever heard.
Subject: ABANDONED ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
who remembers sleeping in the school itself? that's where we nestled!
Subject: Those days of old
I grabbed the Scarlet > Fire off this show without much thought and put it on my Ipod. I was out running and it came up. Normally, I am quite bored by the Scarlet Fires and skip them these days...but this one was absolutely on fire. Seriously, top 5-and the audience tape by Rob is classic and part of why the song rips.
This is a great show and tape.
Subject: The greatest 25 minutes
East coast crowds were most intense and I saw a bunch of shows there and more out west outdoors.
I am convinced that Dan piped the Fire echos through the house sound system and I remember Brent looking around amazed when the fire fire fire fire on the mountain echos started firing.
I cannot explain it and this was one of the greatest moments of my dead life, I will never forget it and this recording allows me to relive it again and again, only danger now is that I will play it every day and it will get old. Nah, that will never happen.
Subject: I was in the RV.....
Subject: Yes, I remember...
Subject: This has got to be one of my favorite FOTM
Subject: Does Anyone Remember
Subject: Great show
Highlights for me were West LA Fadeaway, Scarlet->Fire, and a great Drums!!
Jerry was definitely on this evening!
Subject: There's a Fatman....
Subject: I think this one sounds better
Love the Scarlet>Fire, Jerry&Brent's transition, Mickey's bendin'out some sweet sounds and love the rollin re-verb at the end.
This is a pretty nice aud.
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